Fired

  • by Cora Brent
  • Narrated by Carly Robins, Aiden Snow
  • 10 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this fiery series debut from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cora Brent, a workplace romance might prove too hot to handle.
Still reeling from a nasty divorce, Melanie Cruz's pride takes another beating when she loses her enviable job at an upscale resort. After a flurry of unsuccessful interviews, she finally - desperately - accepts a job managing a small chain of family-owned pizzerias in a quaint downtown Phoenix neighborhood. The job also comes with Dominic Esposito, her overbearing but ridiculously handsome boss. Falling for him might be the last thing she expects, but maybe it's the one thing she needs.
As hard as they try to resist, Melanie and Dominic embark on a romance as hot as a brick oven, and Melanie has every reason to believe that maybe, this time, she's finally found "the one."
But Dominic has a secret - one even his family doesn't know. And the scandal could threaten everything he and Melanie have worked for...in business and in love.

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Good story, struggled with narration

I really enjoyed this boss/employee romance. Dominic is trying to revive the family restaurant business with his brother and they're opening a second location. Melanie recently lost her job and is looking for something else when her friend suggests her for the position at a new restaurant. From the moment Dominic and Melanie meet, there are sparks and insane chemistry. Dominic won't touch an employee but there's something special about Melanie and he can't resist her. I really liked that these two actually got to know each other before anything sexual happened between them. They had a great connection and I liked both characters a lot. Dominic could be a little rough around the edges but overall he was sweet and kind. Melanie was independent, driven and smart. I have no complaints about the story but struggled a bit with the female narration. I have listened to other books narrated by this narrator and never had an issue but for this particular book, the Italian-American accent was overdone and in contrast to the male narrator and how he did his parts. Other than that, I really enjoyed this audio and look forward to more in this series.
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- mandy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-31-2017
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio